Fracked gas threatens ocelot habitat
Banks are deciding whether to finance a dirty deal in the Rio Grande Valley — fracked gas export terminals. They’re not only bad for the endangered ocelot, but they are also bad for our communities and our climate.
Sumitomo Mitsui and BNP Paribas are investing in terminals that would emit thousands of tons of harmful pollutants into the air every year. These projects harm vulnerable communities that already struggle with health disparities. RAN is partnering with the campaign “Save RGV From LNG” to say: The Rio Grande Valley shouldn’t be sacrificed for fracked gas terminals.
Join us in telling big banks to stay away from these dirty deals in the Rio Grande Valley.